Bots copyright video block U.S. Democratic Convention
The Bots that roam video sites to block copyrighted content, previously responsible for launching the transmission of science fiction Hugo Award , to block a video attacking Obama for show singing a song by Al Green , or prevent that will see the Curiosity landing on Mars , struck again by blocking transmissions from the Democratic Convention in the United States.
The U.S. Democratic Party was as an official partner for YouTube streaming, and with the whole convention Livestream broadcast without problems. However, just finished the event, the video was immediately blocked by livestream , whose most traffic came from BarackObama.com, and YouTube , sites that are still locked up now.
Those who wanted to see the video were with a notice stating that transmissions infringe the Copyright of the following companies: WMG, SME, Associated Press (AP), UMG, Dow Jones, New York Times Digital, The Harry Fox Agency, Inc. (HFA), Warner Chappell, UMPG Publishing and EMI Music Publishing.
After learning in the Democratic organization, immediately marked as “private” video on YouTube, while the company’s profile and let him down by saying that the problem was a failure that anyway did not affect the live broadcast.Bots, Copyright, copyright bots, Livestream, Streaming, streaming videos, YouTube